|Oct 28, 2008, 10:48 AM||#1|
What capabilities does iWeb have with PC's and the site stored on a Windows server?
I have a personal macbook Pro that I want to make a website for my workplace using iWeb. The problem I'm facing is that I will be the only one to edit the website in the future. It will be stored on our own Windows server and I want to know at least 2 things:
1) Is it possible to embed an outlook calendar into iWeb.
2) Any possible ways to create a website in iWeb and manage it with another program or at least manage the website not on a mac (since our organization only runs on PC's)?
thanks for any help
Last edited by Macloob; Oct 28, 2008 at 11:02 AM. Reason: sentence structure
|Oct 28, 2008, 11:05 AM||#2|
1. You might be able to use the 'Insert HTML Snippet' option to embed to the calendar possibly.
2. No. iWeb works from a binary file that only iWeb can understand. Working from the published HTML files would be laborious and the person taking over would have much better luck starting from scratch. I don't know of any iWeb on Windows options.
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